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THE EDDY CURRENT. Pucoa Vulloy to tho Front, Groakors to tho Roar. 1 1. VOL. VI. EDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JUNE IS, 1808. NO. 32, I.Wilt. Itlu Snw TIi.iii. Washington, Juno If.. The last ling ering doubt that may have existed us to the presenco of Corvera'a fleet In It entirety In Santiago harbor wa re moved when Admiral Sampson's d)s patch reached the nnvy department Inst nlcht. Up to this time Information ni t ) tho number of vmmoIs lying la the harbor shielded from observation In Krat pnrt by the hill nt the ontrnuec, had been obtained through Ctibnn Fj"rre supplemented by hiicIi glimpses m rotild h obtained by naval ollleers ftom the outside entrance. Now, how- (Tfr. according to l.ieut. Mine, the ship Imu been actually won by an American offl. er. counted and luspoeted from surh points of vantage ns ware afforded by tii high hills surrounding the harbor OlIMals horc nro full of praise for lut. Illue's ahclevomont. Lieut. Hluo landed on Saturday and proceeded with guldoa to tho hills over looking the harbor and tho olty. He distinctly saw and definitely located fo'ir Spanish armored cruisers nnd two torpedo boat destroyers. The results ho reported Monday to Ad mlrnl Sampson on the deck of the flag- ship new York. Ho trnvolcd soventy- two miles, brought a paper Issued Inst Hatt'rday In Santiago In which com plaint Is made that tho army and navy are fulling to distribute to tho citizens their proportion of ho provisos re malnlng In the city . Lieut. Illue's report has definitely ox posed the fiction that any of Corvera'a cruisers were In thn Uahnmas or In u posiHon to attack the transports, which are not confidently oxpected nt un early date Victor Hlue has been lone known In tho navy ns on ontorprlelng and daring voting officer, but It required n good eal of sustained courogo for him to go niho) In it hostile country and alone und make this reconnaissance. He was In the eye of military law nothing mora nor less than u spy nnd had ho been cupt'trcd by tho Spaniards ho would hava been tried by drumhead court martial and executed. Threo shots were sent from Mtirro upon naval pickets at tho harbor's en trnnco. The Iowa throw her soarch light and the firing stopped. Tho Iowa remained within two tulles of tho bar bor until daylight. Tho second attack by tho Spanish near Quantanmo ended at daybreak Monday. Fifteen dead Spaniards wero found. The Spanish sont 3000 men by train from the city of (luantanamo to attack, but tho Spanish wero umtblo to reach the earthworks. Tho Marble head shcllod tho woods, but could not lorato tho Spanish line with accuracy, She his since been reinforced by the Dolohln. Two Americans were klllod Sunday night nnd tour wounded, Trnnrrrl to Armmir. Chicago. III.. June IB. Arrange ments wero completed yosterduy wharebv tho load of cash wheat iirnueht "the Inciter grain deal" to termination is nractlcally transferred to Armour St Co, Tho plan was formed by banks which have loaned money to i.nlinr an his cram. Armour & Co will take up tho deal whore Loltor dronned It. and by acting as agents fot tho pool of banka carry out Loltor's nlans for merchandising his grain. Ar mour docs not assume tho ownership of grain In any senso, but will Dimply place tho machinery of hla business at tho disposal of tho banks, and It is be lieved all claims will be liquidated, after which an equity will bo ostab- 1 shed botwoen Loiter nnd Armour Tho Imuortnnro of tho deal has Swindled considerably, owing to the fact that Lelter's cash holdings nro now utated to have been only a trldo over 7.000.000 bushels. This amount trill be easy to handle. Foreigners bid freely for wheat yesterday, and Mr Armour expressed tho belief that a nn.l MmmVnt wmilft tin fntmtt tnr nil the grain plazed In his hands. T tmlritnira In -Tnlv nml Run tember futures have, It Is understood, bean uquiaaicu. this nno amounted to considerably over 10,000,000 bushols ana was tnrown upon mo mantci aiou day ana iuesaay. Captur.d Two Taw as. '. London. Juno IS. A Shanghai corre 'apondent, forwarding advlee he has received from Manila up to Juno 4 ear that on Juno 5 the insurgents forced tho pass of Zapote river and captured I-aa Tinas and Karana. Wlut Tuninr Hurl. Berlin. June 16. Advleea received from Shanghai say news has been ro eclvod there from Manila to tho effcot that thera Is flahtln- overr nlaht around tho town. Tho insurgents, It seems, are trying to capture Manila and establish nn Independent govern nient before tho Americans laud. The tlermati consul at Manila, It la further reported, has 300 Oai-maus and Swiss on board a refugee steamer in tho harbor. (larmanjr'a At I It ml Madrid, Juno 1C Tho minister of forolgn aflnlrs, Duke Almodovar do Hlo, told tho newspaper men yosterday that tho Spanish government had not taken any stop In the direction of peuee nego tiations. The minister also tald ho had nut received niiy confirmation of the re ported third attack on Santiago do Cuba. The minister of war, Can. Cornw, de clared that the situation at Manila Is bettor than was supposed. Ho said Citpt. Gen. Augustl had eoncentrntod 10,000 men for tho defense of tho rlty nnd his battery of artillery are asserted to comprise 109 long-range guns. It was officially announced yesterday thut Seuor du How. tho former Spanish charge d'nffulrw nt Washington, and Lieut,. Carrnuxa, tho former Spanish naval attache at Washington, have been invited" to lenve Canada, owing to ths Cnundlan uuthorltlos having IntorcepU ed ii letter which Lieut Carrunza ad- dressed to the minister of marine, glv Ing nn aeoount of tho American forll- tloutloiu." I.ltllo tinning Una, Now York, Juno 10. Tho Ilrltlsh steamer Tyrlan, which sailed from San Juan do Porto lllco June 0, arrived yes terday. Captain Angrovo reports the Spanish torpedo boat destroyer Terror was In the port when no sailed, with stonm up and stored with coal, water nnd provisions. On arrival at San Juan, the Terror's boilers wero loaklng. The repairs were mado nnd soma tubes fit ted In the boilers. Captain Angrovo says that very llttlo damago was caused by tho bombardment of Admiral Samp son's ileet May 13. Tho forts wore not Injured. One church had n holo In each end, where n largo sholl passed through. Tho captain said ho visited nil tho forts to see tho result of tho as. imult, but observed nothing unusual. At the gatowuy of one of tho forts stands nn uuoxplodd American shell which Is kept ns a souvenir. Thoro wers In tho port Alphonno and four old-stylo gunboats. Ten Co iii i nf I'm nr. London, Juno 15. Sir Charles Tup per, tho Canadian statesman, who has Just arrived hero from Canada, Is quut ed In nn Interview ns discussing longtlu lly tho relations between Canada und Tho United Stntcn. Ho said. "Canada sympathizes very warmly with tho upproachmont between Great Ilrltuln and the United States, it lias always been our deslro to have tho nioat friendly commercial rotations with the republic, but hitherto the United States hui not shown any disposition to rHp rocatc. The McKlnler and Dlnglcy bills nnd tho alien labor laws presented con clusive evldenro of this point. I be Hove, however, that the present Is a most propitious time for the settlement of all questions and, In tho changed temper of the American people, I think thoy can be approached with a fair pros pout of a Just tcttlement." l'nlnl Illowap. Ironton, 0 Juno IB. Tho Iron rail way engine, John Campbell, blow up yesterday on tho Incline above tbo city Knglnoer Itoburt Hover was killed, but the body has not yet been found. Con doctor Chas. Hoyors' head was cut and seriously Injured. Fireman Andy Folt Is torrlbly scalded and will dlo. Drake man Charles Tullga Is cut and bruised seriously. Tho front of tho bollor was blown up over tho river bank nnd through a barn, naronly missing dwelling. The engine was blown utums. The cause of the accident unknown. Ail the men are residents of Ironton, from Hampton, Washington, June 16. The navy de partment yesterday posted the follow Ing bulletin: Mole St. Nicholas, June IS. Lieut nine has Just returned after a detour of 70 statute mites of observation of the harbor of Santiago. He reports the Spanish fleet alt there. The Span Ish attacked vigorously the camp at (luantanamo. Outposts of four marines wero killed and their bodies mutilated barbarlously. Surgeon Qlblu was killed. SAMPSON. Two Spanish steamers lying at Llv erpool have sailed for 8L Johns, N. U l.at.it front Madrid. Washington, June 15. Nows has boon received from various points that (lermnny Is making a monaclng force at Manila. At Herlln it is the boliet that tlermauy'a entire oast Asiatic squadron is being concentrated there. The Gorman warships now there are the Kaiser, Knlserin Augusta, Irona and Cum urn ii, with u total of 1006 men The commander are said to hava startling orders as to what to do snouiu tue Americans bombard Ma ux. MHMkrkM a4 rnght, Washington, June 13. The navy de partment was In communication Bat- tirdny with Admiral Sampson, off Santi ago, by cable, with the result that It Is now known officially that tho American fig floats over Cuba; that It was raised by UnltPd States marines at tho month of tiOnntnnmo bay, nnd that It has been maintained thore slnco last Friday. Tho marines who have thus glorified them selves wero 800 In number. They wero obliged to fight for their lives, and In the eourro of tho fight to burn down tho town cltoson aa tbo site for debarka tion. bay. A llttlo Spanish gunboat oarae to help the shore batterlM, but only stay ed long enough to turn around. Numer ous shots wore fired by ths Spanish, but no harm was dono. Tho Orogon, MarblcliNul nnd Vixen arrived, and tho former landed forty mariner. Tho troop ship Pnnthor brought 000 moro nnd theso also landed Twenty disembarked from the Marble hoad. Previous to this tho Marblehead, Vixen nnd Dolphin opened fire on tho earthworks. Lieut Hall, a natlvo Texan, was tho first to land, and bo and his men start cd up the steep, rocky lilllsldo to the earthworks. In an hour's tlmo they swung out to tho breeze an American flag. duatanamo Is forty miles east of Santiago, ana is a lino location for a base of supplies. The ahoro wns lined with rifle pits, but aftor a fow shots from tho ships tho Spanish soldlors fled. Lieut. Nowt H. Hall is a native of Texas. His homo is at Cleburne, Mid his father is Judgo J. M. Hall of tho eighteenth Judicial district of Texas, Ho gradunted rrom tho naval ncadomy at Annapollst in June, 1897, and was commissioned it second lieutenant in the marino corps. Llout. Huntington nnd his marines, who landed Friday and encamped on tho hill, wero attacked Saturday after noon at 2 o'clock. Tho fight lasted un til Sunday morning at 0 o'clock, when reinforcements landed from Uie Mar blohead. Four Americana wero klllod Their loss Is unknown. Tho main attack was at midnight Tho Spaniards made a strong charge, but nftor a desperate battle wero r pulsed. lite Marblohoad's launch boat fired her Colt's machlno gun with deadly of' feet. The estimates of tho attacking forco vary from 200 to 1000. The adjacent country is a thicket and tho Spaniards fired at Intervals throughout tho night until dawn wbon they disappeared. Lieut. Col. Huntington and Major Cochrano gave high praise to tho nerve and steadiness of the ofllcera and mon, especially tho young ones, aa tbo engagement was a baptism of flro for n large majority. Tho men wero In darkness and In a strange land, but they stood to their posts with courage and fortitude, and thcro was no aytnp torn of panic, Tho marines, though much exhausted, were eager for moro lighting, promising to inflict heavy punishment. They complimented tbo daring of tho Spaniards will characteristic camp profanity. What flat ll.ua Dona, Washington, June 13. Secretary At ger Saturday gave out for publication a statomont showing what has been done by the war department up to this moment In preparing tbo United States army for war. The secretary said that this matter of course omitted thou sands of details, but atlll it might con vey to the Aine.'toan people soma tdea of the vast work accomplished by the department up to this time In assem bllng and equipping tho mighty army which Is now ready to carry out tho will of tha country In driving Spain from hor last foothold in tho wostern hemls phere. Tho figures run Into vast amounts, for instance, tha subsistence deparmcnt showing that It has since May 14, or in less than a month, loaded twelvo solid miles of frolgbt cars with provisions for Undo Sam's army. This included 19, 133,943 rations for tho regular and vol untoer troops, Theso weighed 01,360, 9S3 pounds. Tho Santa Fo depot at Davis, I. T. W04 burglarized Saturday and' 121 taken. Attiuipl to Hob Train. New Orleans, La., June 13, A des perato attempt was made by a band of eleven robbora to wreck the Queen and Crescent Cincinnati llmltod pas son ger train Sunday evening at o'clock at Ilast Pearl river bend, tblr ty miles out of this city. Tho bandits piled heavy crositles over the railings And staked them down. Tbo suction foreman made tha discovery a few minutes before thi limited was due and removed tbu obstruction. HaTaaa'l I'llcM, Havana, June 13. Tho crisis has como and Havana Is In a stato of ter ror. A repetition of thn nets of 1871 seems Imminent because of threatened Spanish volunteers. Tho volunteers havo Issued dodgers nnd distributed them throughout Havana blaming the Cubans for tho war with the United States and threatening revenge. Women aro unable to go out, nor evon can they stand nt thetr windows without being Insulted. Starvation Increases dally, nnd It Is Impossible to go to n restaurant for n meal, ns ono Is bosleged by beggars. nnd often eatables aro snatched from tho tnblo. den. Arons has been very busy far the past two weeks fortifying the town of Rcgla and placing smnll flold piece on the surrounding hills. Property Is sold nt almost any price, and large x- changes nrn made dnlly. Tho municipal fire companies have been well armed, and nro to not ns (leu. Ulanco's body guard. It Is an accepted fact that lltrvana will be burned to the ground before surrendering, lllunco contlntioN to mnkn plows to the insur gont forces to Join their mother couu try In war ngalnst the common en emy, America. mist rim.-t. City of Moxlco, Juno 13 Several lives wero lost In n flood that iiourcd down from the mountains on tho southwest valley of Moxlco yesterday evening. An Imenss waterspout wns seen hovering over tho bills near tbo voleano of AJus co, and when It burst It swept through tho mountain village of Santa Lucln, doing much damage and filling all the ravnles and water courses, sweeping on down Into the suburban town of Mix oac, flooding all thn lower part of that pretty vlllago and drowning several mou, women and children. A brave po liceman saw tho Hood coming and rain at the top of his spcd, warning the In habitants nnd all ho came across, nnd rescuing women and children floating In tho turbulent waters, which wero fill ed with debris and timbers from the wrecked railway bridge. Ha badly In Jurcd hlmsqlf and was a most mlrucu lously saved man. Flnanco Minister LlmantcAir, who has a country residence In Mlxconc, generously headed a sub scrlptlon for tho heroic man. Indications of seml-actlvlty aro noted in volcanoes Popocatupctl nnd Orizaba as frequently happens at times of sols mlo activity In this portion of tho coun Want Oraalar Navy, Loudon, June 13. Ilcnr Admiral Lord Charles Ueresford has Issued an appeal to tho press for nn luereoso of tho navy. Ho says: "Tho war between tho United Stntes and Spain has taught us useful lettsons. It has taught us tho nbsoluto necessity of compltte and thorough organization previous to war, Instead of trusting to chance. It has taught us tho value of a proper supply of cruisers and tho In effectiveness of obsolete guns against tho rango and accuracy of modern weapons. "No other nation has a ship on tho effective list armed with muzzio-load-ing guns, whereas ISngland na.i fort flvo. Any nation thai sent men lo fight on blue water or rollod for harbor pro tection on such weapons would cer tainly got short shrift" fr.rnatton. Takon. Jackson, Miss., Juno 13. Tho statt board of health has been advised that there aro two new caaos of yollow fever at Mollenry within tbo past twenty-four hours. Nu deaths have yet been reported to tho board. The town of McIInory Is quarantined In the most rigid manner. A gentle man with his wlfo attempted to leave the placo Saturday night Dr. Haral son, tho Btato health officer in charge, immediately disinfected himself, changed his clothing and went in pur suit and bought the refugees back. There are no signs whatever of a panic and the greatest confidence Is expreoa ed In tho ability of the state board to confine the fever to Mollenry. Strang Accident, Taloga, Ok., June 13.-J. 1C. Webb, living west of here, lost a dozen bead of cattle in a peculiar manner. They were standing with their heads between the wlrw of a fenco when a bolt of light ning pased along ono wire, Killing them. Detroit lira. D.trolt, Mloh., Juna 13. Flra Satur day destroyed the Cass power building on Cougrsat street west with all Its contents, and Imminently threatened and In some oases damaged some of the finest business structure In this olty. Tho total damago wilt be upwards of $200,000. It is not believed that the In suranee will exceed two-thlrtls of tha loss. Six flrmn worti severely burned and cut by glass, Tlnttl at Cnlmanarn. Capo Hatlen, Juno 9. Yesterday Uni ted States troops had a skirmish with Otn, I.lnarei and his men on the hills to the west and ttorth of Santiago bay. Tho American want to capture tbo Maestro hills, Iirmu San Pablo In par ticular, so as to ba able to more effect ively shell Santiago do Cuba. Sampson yosterday battered the forts again. Tho llelua Mercedes, sank In Mon day's engagement, had Marin Chief, her former captain, and thirty-six other men killed. Many Spaniards were killed on shore. Tho llelua Mercedes was In reality a floating battery. Her boilers wero worthies, and port of her battery transferred to Mnrro Castle. She wan sunk at her moorings. Calmora, forty mllos east of Santiago, had a battlo yesterday. Five American warships wont thoro to out cables and the forts fired on them. Tho flro ship replied, throwing shells several hours. A large body of Spanish troops wero bo- hind tho fortifications, and they sub- bornly resisted, but wero forced to re trfeat at 2 o'clock In the afternoon, Tho town suffer ml some damage. Two cables wcra cut. Yt.a.U C'linrtnrml, Washington, June 9. Assistant Scre tary Molklejohn of tho war department announced with considerable satisfac tion yesterday tlita tho project of send ing an adequato number of transports for troops to the Philippines appeared to have been solved. Ho mado this statement after having charterod six ships In addition to thoao heretofore named and taken the preliminary ateps for obtaining flvo moro under certan conditions. If tho latter aro secured tho war department will have at its dis posal altogether eighteen ships for the Philippines' expedition, enough to ac commodate in round numbers as many thousand men should they be put to that use exclusively. As some of thera, how ever, will carry cavalry and soma artil lery the actual number of men tho ships will take may bo reduced somewhat and with some of tho vessols In all probabll ity will make a second voyngo bofore tholr charters aro canceled. As a result of the acquisition of the additional ves els oxtraordnary activity n fitting them out for tho work Intended will be started and no tlmo lost In preparing for tho third and later ex pedlllons for tho reinforcement of Ad mlral Dewey. The following are the names of tbo vsssels fust chartered: Tin Indiana, now at Seattle, capacity 1000 men; the Morgan City, now nt dan Francisco, capacity 1000 men, and tho City of Para, which wilt carry ap proximately 1500 mon. Tha Victoria, which Is at Tacoraa Wash.; tho Olympla, which will bo at Tacoraa on tho 19th Instant, and tho Arizona, wheh wit bo at tho same placo on tha 10th of July. Theso latter three vessels belong to tho Northern Pacific Stoarashlp com pany, and their charter depends on the ranilnir to them by congress oi nn American register. Assistant Secro tary Molklejohn made an original nroDosltlon for theeo shlpa over a week ago, but tho company held out for somo tlmo for ulghter figure than tho gov ernment proposed lo give thorn. The term of the charter aro enUrely satis- factory to tho dopartmont. The department ho also tho prlvl ia nr (skint? tho Tacoma and the Co lumbla of tho Northern Pacific Una If they aro needed. llarf and Craw T.ol, Charleston. 8. C, Juno 9. A water laden barge and hor craw of flvo men, In tow of tho steamer Uonlda, ware loat Saturday night between Norfolk and Charleston. The Leonldaa and her cbargo wero on route from Norfolk to kv West to supply uie army snu navy. The news of tho Iocs of tho tari and her craw was brought to port yesterday by tho pilot boat U. H. Cow an, which was balled oft tha Jottlea by the Leonldaa and given dispatches to fc. unt north. The Dl 01 DOai was Ivan tmt little Information of tho dls aster, the full details for tha telegraph being sealed, rorc.d to rt; Cape Haltlen. Juna 9. Kven before tha cables in Ouantanaroo bay had t.an Iniurod. so that they oould not be worked, tha oporatora at tho Calmanera atatlon wero forced to flea uy mo nro of tha American warahipa. AILfiul Kpy. Atlanta. On.. Juno 9. Oeorgo K, Kdunrd Vanderbllt, supposed to bo a apy and giving his address as 361 Four- teiiiith street F.aat Hiuo. jmow xoric was brought to Fort McPherson last night under guard. He wns arrested at Tampa Mondny ns a suspicious character, and being unable to glvo a clear account of his movement was tent to the military prison at Atlanta vnndarhiit's imards state that n trnoni had left Tampa up lo the time of their departure on Tuesday aornlng MtuatUn flravet Madrid, Juno 9. Tho following com munication front CapU Uen. Augustl, dated Manila, Juno 3, has boon publish ed: Thn situation Is vory grave. Aguln atdo has surceedod in stirring up tho country, and the telegraph lines nnd railways aro being cut. I am without communication with tho provinces. Tho province of Cavlte has completely rebelled, and tha towns nnd villages nro occupied by numerous bands, A Spanish column holds the Zapoto line, to prevent thn enemy from Invad ing tho provtneo of Manila, but tho foo has entered througn llulaoan and Mo ron, ho that Manila will thus bo at tacked by land and sea. I nm striving to raise, the courage of tho inhabitants, nnd will exhaust overy means of resistance, hut I distrust tho nntlvejt and the volunteers, becauso thoro have already been many deser tions, rtneoor and Imtis have already, baon solzcd by tho enemy. Thn Insurrection has reached great proportions, and It I can not count upon tho support of tho country, tho forces at my disposal will not auffico to hold the ground against two ene mies. Charaail With MunUr. Fort rtcott, Kns., Juno 9. Kinder If. ilii'go, a full-blood Semlnoln Indian, Is now a prisoner In thn Unltod States Jail at Miami, charged with the murder of Mrs. Laird, for whoso death two young men, Sampson and McOeelsoy, wcra burned to doath by a mob near Newark, I. T. last January. The government has nil ntong main tained that tha two Indiana burned were innocent Tho prisoner waa captured In tha Chickasaw nation after an exciting choao of twenty-ono days, Tho clew that led to his capturo nnd on which his supposed guilt Is based, was ascertained from a letter which ho had written to bis sister, now attending school at Em ma Hookney mU!on in tho Sumlnola nation, Tho sister bolug n friend of tho au thorities at the mission Informed them of tho letter's contont and her broth er's whereabouts. Nearly 100 men uro undor Indictment for participation In tho burning of th two men In January, - Mailrnn Mnttarf, City of Mexico, Juno 9, 151 Munfo (Liberal) ridicule tho proposition of tho Liberal paper, Kl Tlempo, to build a navy for Mexico. It say tho country has no nocd for a navy becauso It Is not a nation with colonics and docs not In tend making alliance with nations which have them. A squadron of tho fifth order would bo no uso In case of an European nlvaslon, and 121 Mundo con cludes by saying Moxlco would have only such a navy as It Is strictly neces sary for Its roqulrementa In times of peace. Much intorest Is folt along tho west coast In the projected ship canal, which will extend through tho coast country, availing iUeJt of many sounds and la goons between Tohuantepea and Guate mala. The canal must bo completed In ten yoar nnd at least soventy-flvo kilo meters roust be ready la four years. Earthquakes are reported from vari ous points, In somo cases qui to sharp, but no loss of life or damage to property la reported. South McAlesler, I. T., Juna I. Tho Indian Territory grand encampment of tb Orand Army of tho Itepubllo ad journed hero, to meet In Vlnlta In 1891 Considerable routtno work wo trans acted. The following grand ofllcorfl vera elected: Commander, David Rcdfleld of Ardmoro; senior vlco commander, Wil liam Witt of South McAlcster; Junior vice commander, Ixjo Marshall of Dig Cabin; delegalo to the national con vention, Dr. A. Qrimth of South Mc Alesler; advocate, R. H. Earnest of South MeAlaster; medloal director, Dr. A. Orlfflth of South McAloster; chap lain, Rev. Hick of Kreba; council of administration, J. D. Warren of Mi ami, It. T. Kstts of Muscogee, T, II, Wigand of Call and V. M. Savage or HarUhorne. fremotar trails, London, June 9. Receiving ordtr for bankruptcy has been Issued against Iirnost Terah Hooley, prominent as the biggest company promoter in this conn, try, interested In bloyole, land and oth er concerns. Dtpaw Iatirlwd, Paris, June 9. Chnuncoy M. pepew, In an Intervlow published In the Matin, Is quoted as saying that "America" en thusiasm over liugland's friendly at titude Is merely alrcumitnntlal." "America," Mr. Depew Is further re ported to say. "will never conclude an affective alliance with Hngland. Amer ican hearts are not with Hngland, but with Fratx. Roth republic, poasess ing the sam democratic aspirations, they ran twer fall to maintain tb most eordltil millions."